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[movies]Fourier Transform Spectrometer - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
The laser inside the interferometer operates under low power, effectively eliminating high voltage dangers. It has ultra-high stability, which allows almost drift-free sampling of the interferogram. This leads to reduced distortion in the spectral data products.
Keywords: What -- Spectrometer
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[image]INFRARED IMAGING SPECTROMETER - NASA/Glenn Research Center
INFRARED IMAGING SPECTROMETER
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Downloads: 4
[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::1991
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
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[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::1989
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
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[image]MASS Spectrometer - NASA/Langley Research Center
MASS Spectrometer
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[image]Ozone Hole Over Antarctica - Images by Greg Shirah, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
These images from the Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) show the progressive depletion of ozone over Antarctica from 1979 to 1999. This "ozone hole" has extended to cover an area as large as 10.5 million square miles in September 1998. The previous record of 10.0 million square miles was set in 1996.The Antarctic ozone hole develops each year between late August and early October. Regions with higher levels of ozone are shown in red...
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[image]2003 Global NO - Image by Robert Simmon, based on data provided by the Tropospheric Emission Monitoring Internet Service ()
This image shows a global map of nitrogen dioxide (NO<sub>2</sub>) in the troposphere (lower atmosphere) in 2003, prepared using data collected by the Scanning Imaging Absorption Spectrometer for Atmospheric Chartography (SCIAMACHY) instrument aboard the European Space Agency’s Envisat satellite and averaged over the entire year. NO<sub>2</sub> (along with other Nitrogen oxides) is a highly reactive gas that is one of the six common air pollutants monitored by the U.S...
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[image]Ozone::2000
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/00. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
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[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::1981
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
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[image]MASS SPECTROMETER - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MASS SPECTROMETER
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[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::1984
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
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[movies]Fourier Transform Spectrometer - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
FTS could generate higher resolution data products faster and more often for proposed atmospheric science missions in the next millennium. The result would be an increased ability to provide the science community with improved global imaging, better global weather and climate forecasting models, and an unprecedented capability to monitor gases and aerosols.
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[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::2001
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
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[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::2005
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
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[image]Ozone::1999
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/99. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
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[image]MASS SPECTROMETER - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MASS SPECTROMETER
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[image]LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM - NASA/Glenn Research Center
LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM
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[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::1988
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
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[image]Ozone::1993
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/93. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
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[image]Ozone::1985
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/85. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
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[image]LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM - NASA/Glenn Research Center
LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM
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[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::1997
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
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[image]Ozone::1983
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/83. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
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[image]Ozone::1996
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/96. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
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[image]ORFEUS-SPAS, satellite grows larger as shuttle moves closer during rendezvous - NASA
The Orbiting and Retrievable Far and Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrometer (ORFEUS) Shuttle Pallet Satellite (SPAS) grows larger against the blackness of space as the shuttle moves closer during rendezvous with the satellite.
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[image]LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM - NASA/Glenn Research Center
LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM
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[image]LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM - NASA/Glenn Research Center
LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM
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[image]LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM - NASA/Glenn Research Center
LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM
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[image]AC94-0346-3 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Date: Aug 24, 1994 Photographer: Tom Reddy N-245 Astrochemisty Laboratory: Luminescence System, Absorption Configuration Hydrogen Lamp, Ozone Line and Infrafed Spectrometer.
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[image]Ozone::2004
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/04. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
Keywords: What -- Spectrometer
Downloads: 4
[image]Ozone::1992
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/92. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
Keywords: What -- Spectrometer
Downloads: 4
[image]Ozone::1997
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/97. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
Keywords: What -- Spectrometer
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[image]ACD08-0184-004 - NASA/Ames Research Center
NASA Ames Astrophysics Branch (code-SSA), Pulsed discharge nozzle - Cavity Ring down - Reflection Time of Flight Mass Spectrometer (N-245 rm B-31) (PDN-CRDS-RETOFMS) shown here with Farid Salama
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[image]Ozone Hole Over Antarctica - Images by Greg Shirah, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
These images from the Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) show the progressive depletion of ozone over Antarctica from 1979 to 1999. This "ozone hole" has extended to cover an area as large as 10.5 million square miles in September 1998. The previous record of 10.0 million square miles was set in 1996.The Antarctic ozone hole develops each year between late August and early October. Regions with higher levels of ozone are shown in red...
Keywords: What -- Spectrometer
Downloads: 7
[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::1986
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
Keywords: What -- Spectrometer
Downloads: 4
[image]TOMS Aerosol Index::1980
Scientists use data from NASA’s Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to measure the relative amount of aerosols—solid or liquid particles suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosol types detected by the TOMS Aerosol Index include desert dust, smoke and volcanic ash located at least 2 km (1.2 miles) above the surface.Every day, TOMS measures how much UV radiation is absorbed within the atmosphere and how much is reflected back up into space...
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Downloads: 4
[image]LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM - NASA/Glenn Research Center
LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM
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Downloads: 2
[image]Ozone::1986
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/86. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
Keywords: What -- Spectrometer
Downloads: 6
[image]INFRARED IMAGING SPECTROMETER - NASA/Glenn Research Center
INFRARED IMAGING SPECTROMETER
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Downloads: 3
[image]Ozone::1989
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/89. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
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[image]Ozone::1979
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/79. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
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Downloads: 4
[image]MASS SPECTROMETER - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MASS SPECTROMETER
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[image]AC92-0040-1 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Robotics Laboratory: Spectrometer w/Charles Gray
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[image]ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS FOR COMBUSTION FOR THE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM MINIATURE MONOLITHIC SPECTROMETER - NASA/Glenn Research Center
ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS FOR COMBUSTION FOR THE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM MINIATURE MONOLITHIC SPECTROMETER
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[image]Ozone::1984
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/84. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
Keywords: What -- Spectrometer
Downloads: 4
[image]Ozone::2002
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 1/1/02. Data End Date: 7/31/05.
Keywords: What -- Spectrometer
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[image]ACD08-0184-002 - NASA/Ames Research Center
NASA Ames Astrophysics Branch (code-SSA), Pulsed discharge nozzle - Cavity Ring down - Reflection Time of Flight Mass Spectrometer (N-245 rm B-31) (PDN-CRDS-RETOFMS)
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Downloads: 7
[image]AC79-0387-15 - NASA/Ames Research Center
C-141 Circular Variable Filter Spectrometer & Yerkes Infrared (Group Photo)
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[image]Ozone
Ozone gas in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere) absorbs ultraviolet light, thus protecting living things from the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation. Man-made chemicals and weather conditions over Antarctica combine to deplete stratospheric ozone concentrations during the winter months there. (Data from Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer [TOMS] project). Sensor: TOMS/TOMS. Data Start Date: 11/1/78...
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[image]LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM - NASA/Glenn Research Center
LIFE TEST BEARINGS FOR MODERATE RESOLUTION IMAGING SPECTROMETER MODIS PROGRAM
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